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Sabotage blamed for massive railway disruption in Germany

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Damaged – sabotaged communications cables halted rail traffic for nearly three hours in the northern part of the country Deutsche Bahn, Germany’s national railway company, said that an act of sabotage had affected its radio communications network on Saturday morning. The incident brought rail traffic in the northern part of the nation to a standstill and stopped trains to and from Denmark and the Netherlands.

Many will point out that the sabotage occurred within 24 hours of western politicians and their mainstream media squealed with joy on hearing that a truck crossing Russia’s Crimea Bridge had been blown up. However, both road and rail traffic had resumed whilst the German network was still down.

According to Der Spiegel, the company’s communications network failed completely at around 6:40 am local time. The newspaper said that unknown persons severed a data line in a cable duct near Berlin, while another one near Dortmund was also sabotaged. According to the paper’s sources, saboteurs would have needed information about the railway network and how you can paralyze it.

‘Due to sabotage of cables, which are indispensable for train traffic, Deutsche Bahn had to stop train traffic in the north for almost three hours this morning,’ a spokeswoman for the company said. In a separate statement later on Saturday, Transport Minister Volker Wissing said that the cables were cut deliberately and wilfully.

With a police investigation ongoing, Wissing said that the background to this act is not yet known.

The alleged sabotage caused a technical fault that brought all long-distance Deutsche Bahn trains in northern Germany to a standstill and suspended intercity traffic between Berlin, Hanover and North Rhine-Westphalia. Regional trains were halted in Lower Saxony and Bremen, while international trains between Berlin and Amsterdam, and Padborg and Copenhagen and Aarhus were also stopped.

As of Saturday afternoon, Deutsche Bahn has partially restored most routes. However, the company cautioned that passengers can still expect delays and cancellations. 

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